Amazon and eBay repricing tool RepricerExpress has released new features including enhanced Buy Box information, customization of "Price War" detection, more detailed product information and advanced filters.
Amazon sellers using RepricerExpress can now see detailed information about Buy Box performance from the dashboard, including which products are Buy Box winners, which are Buy Box eligible, and which recently lost the Buy Box. 30-day Buy Box percentages are also shown.
A new feature called "Product Status Preferences" allows sellers to define the parameters for flagging Price Wars, best sellers and low stock. Different parameters can be set for different marketplaces.
RepricerExpress also now shows much more detailed product information including pricing history, Buy Box performance, competing sellers and sales performance.
Finally, products can now be filtered according to sales, sales rank, category, Buy Box performance and more.
The company has new pricing strategy automations planned for release in the next few weeks, such as automatically moving to a more agressive repricing rule if long-term storage fees are due to take effect, or changing to higher pricing for products which are winning the Buy Box but have low stock.
Chris Dunne from RepricerExpress said, "We're constantly listening to our customers' feedback and the overriding request is for better data that can be automatically actioned to help sell more without constant checking of sales info etc. For example, by auto-detecting price wars, sellers will be able stop repricing down and avoid selling needlessly at low prices. Another common scenario will allow us to auto-detect stock that's due FBA long term storage fees and push to more aggressive rules, so that stock can be sold off before further fees are incurred."
Multi-channel ecommerce management solution Cloud Commerce Pro now supports using Amazon FBA to fulfill orders from other channels.
Users who are already storing products with FBA to fulfil Amazon marketplace orders can now use that stock to fulfil orders for other channels, a practice known as Multi-Channel Fulfilment (MCF).
Cloud Commerce Pro can be set to always fulfil orders from Amazon stock, or it can be done manually as and when required e.g. if there isn't sufficient stock in the seller's own warehouse.
Source: Cloud Commerce Pro
Multichannel management system Solid Commerce handled more than $1.5 billion of sales through its system in 2016.
"For companies seeking to sell on Amazon, Walmart and other marketplaces, our platform is unique because it's truly an all-in-one solution," said Eran Pick, CEO of Solid Commerce. "The fact that we have surpassed $1.5 billion of orders managed speaks to the speed with which retailers are rushing to sell online."
The Solid Commerce platform provides listing, repricing, shipping, inventory and order management functionality for companies selling on Amazon, Walmart, Jet, Shopify, Magento and more than 15 other marketplaces and shopping carts. The company has seen increased demand for its solutions as more brick-and-mortar retailers shift their sales online.
Aaron Goldberg of Cover Shield, a Solid Commerce customer, said: "Having a single platform to manage multiple functions across multiple channels is a huge multiplier for our business. When selling on multiple channels, having a single platform for listing, pricing & shipping enables us to save time & grow our sales."
The Solid Commerce platform integrates with many major marketplaces, shopping carts and shipping carriers. The Company is based in Marina Del Rey, California with additional offices in Hong Kong and Tel Aviv.
Source: Solid Commerce
The latest update for multi-channel management solution ChannelAdvisor Marketplaces includes algorithmic eBay repricing, new competition monitoring reports for Amazon, and the inclusion of Walmart and Jet.com sales data in benchmarking reports.
The new "Competitive Environment Dashboard" shows Amazon sellers who their competitors and where they could be losing market share, to help them make informed decisions about their Amazon business. The new dashboard is available for all Amazon marketplaces except China.
Walmart and Jet.com data has been added to ChannelAdvisor's Benchmarking Platform. ChannelAdvisor Benchmarking is an industry-first suite of customizable dashboards that provide insight into how a seller's performance compares to other retailers and brands, using data from transactions processed through ChannelAdvisor's platform.
Shipping software ShipStation's mobile app now works for sellers in Canada, Australia and the UK, in addition to the USA.
The app also supports metric weights, and now works on iPads.
ShipStation has also rolled out International Address Verification for Canada, Australia, the UK, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Norway, Spain and Sweden in addition to the United States. ShipStation users can now validate addresses in their own country and when they ship abroad.
The new countries were chosen because they were the top 10 shipping destinations for ShipStation customers.
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ShipStation announced the launch of ShipStation University, a live educational training event for ecommerce sellers to learn how to ship orders efficiently. This event is designed to help both new and long-time customers of ShipStation learn how to set-up their accounts to start shipping orders and take advantage of new features that have been recently released by the company.
ShipStation University is scheduled to take place on March 7 in Dallas, TX, March 8 in San Antonio, TX and March 9 in ShipStation's hometown, Austin, TX. Each free session runs from noon to 5:00 p.m. CST and includes lunch for attendees. The training will include demos, hands-on exercises and a Q&A.
"ShipStation customers have made one thing abundantly clear: they want to learn about everything ShipStation has to offer," says ShipStation's VP of Marketing Robert Gilbreath. "ShipStation University is our chance to educate and train our customers on the intricacies of ShipStation, to help them take advantage of new features to be able to ship more efficiently."
Inventory and channel management tool Linnworks now supports printing of USPS postage via Stamps.com.
Integration with Stamps.com was one of the most-requested integrations from US-based sellers.
Stamps.com provides online sellers with a range of USPS shipping options, optimized for cost and shipping speed.
British multichannel management solution StoreFeeder has added a set of warehouse management (WMS) features to its platform.
StoreFeeder's WMS features complement its robust multichannel inventory and order processing suite. The new features include fully traceable stock adjustments over multiple stock locations, and multiple location types, with internal adjustments and an Enterprise-focused API to facilitate external links.
StoreFeeder's Enterprise customers can now reduce their reliance on third-party WMS systems, and save potentially thousands of pounds per month.
New features will continue to be added over the course of the next six months, including consolidated tote picking - traditionally the reserve of expensive systems in very high-volume operations.
"Our Enterprise customers have seen huge savings already," said Karl Ciz, StoreFeeder's Head of Sales, "the new WMS features mean that customers can now benefit from a single system to replace multiple systems, saving time, complexity and cost".
StoreFeeder was acquired by the Royal Mail Group in February 2015.